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Options November 5, 2007: Record Fair Dreams Realized and live music from WE ARE THE ARM

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Artist Track Album Label New / Special Approx. start time
Sweet Teeth  Morning Raga   Options From the Fourth Hand of the Buddha the Lotus was Born for the Seventh Time  Thor's Rubber Hammer  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Aarktica  Summer Tabla Dub   Options Matchless Years  Darla  *   0:22:05 (Pop‑up)
Rockford Kabine  Al Signor Lorenzo N.   Options Italian Music - 31 Invalid Movie Themes  Combination  *   0:28:05 (Pop‑up)
Gultskra Artikler  Po Derevne   Options Kasha Iz Topora  Mishmah  *   0:30:37 (Pop‑up)
Novalis  Dronsz   Options Novalis  Brain    0:33:39 (Pop‑up)
Les Bicyclettes Blanches  Track 3   Options Les Bicyclettes Blanches    *   0:38:32 (Pop‑up)
Citay  Little Kingdom   Options Little Kingdom  Dead Oceans  *   0:40:54 (Pop‑up)
Sparks  Dick Around   Options Hello Young Lovers  In the Red    0:54:00 (Pop‑up)
Ahleuchatistas  Red-Coated Emergency Exit   Options Even in the Midst...  Cuneiform  *   1:00:37 (Pop‑up)
SIr Richard Bishop  Free Masonic Guitar   Options Polytheistic Fragments  Drag City  *   1:04:28 (Pop‑up)
Sic Alps  Who Has the Time to Protest?   Options Description of the Harbor  Awesome Vistas  *   1:09:24 (Pop‑up)
Witchcraft  Walk Between the Lines   Options The Alchemist  Leaf Hound  *   1:11:18 (Pop‑up)
Blue Cheer  Rock and Roll Queens   Options Blue Cheer  Philips    1:14:41 (Pop‑up)
Various  Kao Tom-Tom Klub   Options Sound Postcard Vol. 1: FIeld Recordings from Cambodia (V/A)  Blyzantine Empire  *   1:23:57 (Pop‑up)
Listen with Sarah  from Phuj Phactory session   Options Sugar Beets from the Chocolate Emporium  WFMU  *   1:28:58 (Pop‑up)
Arpadys  Monkey Star   Options Daniele Baldelli presents Baia Degli Angeli (V/A)  Amarikord    1:32:39 (Pop‑up)
Beem  Ducker   Options Museum of Future Sound (V/A)  Flogsta Danshall  *   1:37:16 (Pop‑up)
Eurocheque  4er Beat   Options Kernkrach Demo Vol. 2 (V/A)  Kernkrach  *   1:41:49 (Pop‑up)
Modified Toy Orchestra  Black Star   Options The Wire Tapper 18 (V/A)  The Wire  *   1:45:56 (Pop‑up)
Ghislain Poirier  Blazin feat. Face-T   Options Blazin EP  Ninja Tune  *   1:49:55 (Pop‑up)
Live music from WE ARE THE ARM!

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We Are the Arm  Soft and Together Theme   Options Live on WFMU      2:03:16 (Pop‑up)
We Are the Arm  Loaf Times   Options Live on WFMU      2:04:01 (Pop‑up)
We Are the Arm  Jazz Bulb / Nice Look!   Options Live on WFMU      2:06:40 (Pop‑up)
We Are the Arm  What Makes a Plaza?   Options Live on WFMU      2:09:20 (Pop‑up)
We Are the Arm  Realming   Options Live on WFMU      2:13:38 (Pop‑up)
We Are the Arm  Sweet and Sour Dreams   Options Live on WFMU      2:18:58 (Pop‑up)
Martin Tetreault & Kid Koala  Drum-o-scope   Options Phon-O-Victo  Victo  *   2:34:10 (Pop‑up)
Kenneth Goldsmith & Jonathan Zorn  Why Kenny G Hasn't Been Killed   Options Kenny G Meets John Zorn  UbuWeb  *   2:39:15 (Pop‑up)
Umela Hmota II  Horko   Options Ve Sklepe 1976/77  Guerilla    2:42:33 (Pop‑up)
Yikes  A Juicy Connection   Options Who Comas or Blood Bomb  Kill Shaman  *   2:45:08 (Pop‑up)
Fatal Flying Guilloteens  Hello, Boss!!!   Options Quantum Fucking  French Kiss  *   2:47:27 (Pop‑up)
Guru Guru  Samantha's Rabbit   Options Guru Guru  Brain    2:50:03 (Pop‑up)
Dino  Hermano Americano   Options Montevideo Blues  Lion Productions    2:52:59 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:16am (mta) Tony:

Good mornin' LIz, thanx for getting the day started off on a mind-blowing tangent. Keep the psyche alive! Now my day will be good, thanx to you, Liz.
  9:26am (mta) Tony:

By the bye, Liz, were you able to find some music of particular interest at the Fair?
  9:31am Liz B.:

Hi Tony, thanks! Yeah, I found a few goodies at the record fair for sure. What a fun weekend! What did everyone out there buy?
  9:44am doug:

I am loving this Citay stuff! Couldn't make the record fair but I want to hear what everyone scored!
  9:47am (mta) Tony:

Tony wasn't able to attend, Liz, but we heard there were plenty Good Vibrations to go around.
  9:47am Parq:

Is no one going to answer Mizz Liz's question? Okay, I'll start. I broke down and bought a copy of "More Music Less Parking" from the swag table. Looking forward to spending an evening with it.
  9:47am Rococo Pagoda:

I agree about Citay. This is from the new one, that just came out. These are guys from Piano Magic and The Fucking Champs, right? Strange combination, but obviouly it works really well.
  9:52am Neil:

Record fair haul? Lulu's "To Sir with Love" LP, Mott the Hoople "Brain Capers," King Uszniewicz (!) from Norton, Johnny Rivers "Live at the Whiskey," "Eccentric Soul" comp, Hasil Adkins "Peanut Butter Rock and Roll," and, believe me, much much more.
  9:55am DaveB:

I bought 2 Clash bootleg dvd's, and then went to see the new Joe Strummer documentary later in the day. Iit was a Joe Strummer overload. Which is a good thing.
  10:00am Liz B.:

I gave Rich Hazelton $5 and told him to buy me something good at the Fair. He came back with a soundtrack to a movie I've never heard of, and said "this is a great LP, just ignore the fact that Sammy Davis Jr. in on it."
  10:02am (mta) Tony:

...and the NAME of the film is...
  10:03am Liz B.:

I can't remember... still in a daze, must... drink... more... COFFEE!
  10:03am zoe:

I found a ton of Original Broadway Cast albums in the $1 bin. A Melvin Van Peebles musical! Cliff Gorman in Lenny!

I also bought a 6 hour Serge Gainsbourg DVD, it is great.
  10:06am Parq:

Zoe, were you the one who found "Company"? That was my favorite moment of the whole weekend.
  10:20am zoe:

no, I already have Company.

If it had been the version with Larry Kert on it, that would have been exciting.
  10:22am zoe:

oh, another observation about the record fair:

Kids are fascinated by the Vinyl Killer
  10:22am EA:

Hey how about a little credit? We Are The Arm are from sunny Ithaca NY!
  10:27am Liz B.:

Ah yes, but one part of We Are the Arm is indeed from Hudson, NY!
  10:32am DaveB:

Is it the elbow?
  10:33am EA:

2 of the arms (drummer) from Ithaca
  10:41am Nick the Bard:

Some of the finds I had...

Fantasia on laserdisc in the $1 LP bin
some album based around the game Fallout
a 7inch companion to an album I had just for the 80's robot artwork
a third acknowleded fan (yay)
and a whole giant ass box of crap when the $1 CD bin went to cheap as free (and I don't have to add a hernia to this list). Now it's just a matter of sorting that out.
  11:29am Parq:

Liz, have both bands on together sometime. Then, when they go, you can give a Farewell to Arms. Okay, I'll get back to work now.
  11:57am Wes:

Thanks Liz B. Sitting here trying to act interested, trying not to fall asleep....your show was a great start to the week as usual. I must prepare for my Polish Princess...
  3:28pm Bill Walton:

Hi Liz. That band yesterday morning, We Are The Arm, made me stop being dizzy. Thank you!
  4:14pm les bicyclettes blanches:

hi, thanks for playing us, we're so exited never being on the radio before, keep in touch
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